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Ad Number:1527666
Date Placed:02/20/21
Name:John J Riddell
Phone Number:519-576-5858
Callsign:VE3AMZ
Category:POWERSUP
Heading:Sola 1000 VA Const. voltage transformer
Ad Message:This is a Sola Model 23-25-210 Constant voltage transformer. Can be wired for 120 or 240 in. The output is constant either 118 or 236 Volts . On 120 volts in, the input voltage can vary from 90 - 130 volts and the output is constant at 118 Volts AC It is rated at 1000 VA, 120 Volts, 8.46 amps out / 240 Volts 4.23 amps out. The Sola CVS transformers will reject even severe waveform harmonics and produce a clean sine wave out. The current model costs $2400.00 from Allied,. This one is Pickup only in Waterloo for $200.00.It is in new condition and in the shipping box. Currently wired for 120 Volts.Weight is 68 pounds.

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